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OmairSh
June 22nd 2014


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

That's what matters the most.Daniel has this incredible ability to write songs that transition seamlessly between aggressive and mellow sections. It's uncannily good. Band hasn't been the same without Langell and Kristoffer though. Such a brilliant rhythm section.

TheCrocodile
June 22nd 2014


910 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

There's also lots and lots of layers to the music which is nice comparing to other progressive metal bands.

Jethro42
June 22nd 2014


13104 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I didn't quit Omair. I'm never too far. I even recently covered a Moody Blues' review lately under ProgJect. In Search of the Lost Chord. Sup man!

OmairSh
June 22nd 2014


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Jethro's always lurking in the shadows with his flute. The World cup has been keeping me busy recently, and of course music. Recently got back to listening to POS gain, don't know why it took so damn long.

TheSpaceMan
June 22nd 2014


3440 Comments


"Daniel has this incredible ability to write songs that transition seamlessly between aggressive and mellow sections. It's uncannily good"

very well put, it never feels too jarred and forced but instead is so smooth and flowing. They are defintly amongst the top of modern prog (I think they kick the living shit out of Porcupine Tree and DT, but thats just me lol)... and your review is seriously great man its convinced me to spin this again tonight

Jethro42
June 22nd 2014


13104 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

@ Omair,I noticed you made a list about the World cup. What are your occupations with it?

OmairSh
June 22nd 2014


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

@Spaceman: Thanks, yeah dude they're definitely in the elite bracket.



@Jethro: I just enjoy football. Spain was my first team, and Germany is my second. The top teams aren't looking convincing so far.

scissorlocked
June 22nd 2014


3519 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

basically, the album is first of all a concept one, and I think the entirety of its music is to be seen under this perspective. Songs that seem odd or incompatible with the its flow, can be better understood this way. The basic story, which is kinda obscure and immune to total penetration, produces the atmosphere of the pieces, as well as their tempo and general character.



Be as a non-concept album is probably a vague one, with some flashes of genius and the usual flattering about Daniel's vocals etc

OmairSh
July 11th 2014


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

When the FUCK are they releasing a new album? I NEED IT!!

OmairSh
July 12th 2014


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This album took me the longest time out of all theirs, but they're all rewarding when they sink in.

One of the more interesting, daring, and actually "progressive" prog metal bands

OmairSh
August 17th 2014


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

HEY MISS



Medi



Ocri



Ty, gee



I'm SOOOOOOOOOORRRY



AAAAAAOOOOOO

LunaticSoul
February 20th 2015


797 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I fucking love the concept. the reference list is longer than my master thesis' one jesus christ Danny boy get a grip

OmairSh
June 13th 2015


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I RUUUUUUUUUUULE THE RUIIIIIIINS

Titan
June 13th 2015


9249 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Be quiet

OmairSh
June 13th 2015


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Looks like I've breached Titan's core



Still breeachIINNG

deathschool
June 13th 2015


17853 Comments


Check Pain (USA)

Digging: Chelsea Wolfe - Abyss

OmairSh
June 13th 2015


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Check Pain of Salvation (SWE)

deathschool
June 13th 2015


17853 Comments


OkAy. But check Midgets With Guns

OmairSh
June 13th 2015


12667 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

What if I told you I am one?



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